A biography of Napoleon, which attempts to explain the history of this great man in personal terms.
- A Storm of Swords: Part 2 Blood and Gold
Part two of the third book in the epic fantasy series, )A Song Of Ice & Fire(. The book has been split into two parts for the paperback edition.
- The Lady and the Unicorn
'Enormously enjoyable' Evening Standard 'Charming' The Times 'What would you have me paint instead of a battle, Madame?' Genevieve de Nanterre's eyes gleamed. 'A unicorn.' Keen to demonstrate his new-found favour with the King, rising nobleman Jean le Viste commissions six tapestries to adorn the walls of his chateau. He expects soldiers and bloody battlefields. But artist Nicolas des Innocents instead designs a seductive world of women, unicorns and flowers, using as his muses Le Viste's wife Genevieve and ripe young daughter Claude. In Belgium, as his designs spring to life under the weavers' fingers, Nicolas is inspired once more - by the master weaver's daughter Alienor and her mother Christine. They too will be captured by his threads.
- Frames of Mind
The author demonstrates that there exist many human "intelligences", common to all cultures - each with its own pattern of development and brain activity, and each different in kind from the others. These potentials include linguistic, musical and logical/mathematical capacities, as well as spatial and bodily intelligences, and the ability to arrive at an emotional and mental sense of self and other people. Rather than reducing an individual's potential to a single score on an IQ test, it is the fostering and education of all these intelligences that should be our concern.
- Holy Bible: King James Version. (Revised)
With an attractive new slipcase and binding, this pocket-sized white Bible is an ideal gift for any special occasion, including confirmation, weddings or first communion.